In 2018, we watched "Book Club'', A delightful chic flick about four women with a strong bond formed through their monthly book club which they had faithfully attended for 40 years. The women, Vivian (played by Fonda), Diane (played by Keaton), Sharon (played by Bergen), and Carol (played by Steenburgen), not only connected over deep friendship but also through the literature. Vivian, a successful hotel owner and builder, unexpectedly encounters Arthur, a man whom she had turned down a marriage proposal from four decades earlier. As they engage in a flirtatious relationship, Vivian remains steadfast in her commitment to independence and refuses to settle down. Diane, recently widowed, faces pressure from her daughters to move closer to them in Arizona. Concerned for her safety as she lives alone, her daughters believe that proximity to family would be beneficial for her well-being. Sharon, a federal judge, has remained single since divorcing her son's father more than 18 years ago. Her focus has been on her career and raising her son. Carol, happily married to Bruce, finds that their relationship has recently lacked intimacy. Bruce, who recently retired, and Carol embark on a journey to reignite the spark in their marriage. Watch trailer: Now, in the sequel, "BookClub: The Next Chapter," the four best friends decide to take their book club on an exciting trip to Italy. It's a girls' getaway they've always dreamed of but never experienced. However, as their vacation unfolds, unexpected events throw their plans off course and long-held secrets are revealed. What was meant to be a relaxing vacation turns into a remarkable cross-country adventure of a lifetime. "BookClub: The Next Chapter" is a delightful and unconventional chick flick and romantic comedy that will entertain and captivate you. Don't miss out! Get your tickets on KenyaBuzz.

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Maureen Kasuku

Maureen is our resident cat lady and Beyoncé stan. She writes about spas, brunch and ballet recitals but has never been to any. Moonlights as a social justice activist in her spare time. She knows things and is obnoxiously opinionated on the internet but not in real life

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